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In May 2015, the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) adopted an emergency drought regulation requiring a 25% reduction in potable water use across the state. SWRCB’s emergency regulation outlined percentage reduction tiers (conservation standards) in gross water production for each urban water supplier to achieve the 25% reduction. Initially, the Department’s conservation standard was set at 28%, but as SWRCB continued to refine the emergency regulation, the Department’s standard was reduced multiple times and is now set at 15% in accordance with the latest emergency regulation.
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Effective April 1st, 2016 Burrtec will provide all refuse services for City of San Bernardino residents and businesses. The City of San Bernardino and the San Bernardino Municipal Water Department are working with Burrtec to ensure the smoothest service transition possible. Please remember refuse services provided through March 31st, 2016 will reflect on your SBMWD April or May billing statement.
Please contact Customer Service at (909) 384-5095 should you have questions regarding refuse services or billing relating to refuse service provided through March 31, 2016.
For questions regarding refuse service after April 1st, 2016 please contact Burrtec at (909) 804-4222.
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The San Bernardino Municipal Water Department (SBMWD) thanks our customers for helping meet the State mandated water reduction goal of 28% this past summer. Unfortunately, residents have recently increased water usage but the 28% reduction goal remains the same. PLEASE continue to conserve water during winter months.
SBMWD is working hard to connect with our customers by sharing resources, tools, and offering rebates to promote and reward water efficiency. We strongly encourage customers to contact us at (909) 384-5141, or please visit conserve.sbmwd.org to report water waste, check out our robust rebate program, and learn how to save water both indoors and out.
Thank you again for helping our City meet water conservation goals and protect our local water supply.